|2019 A+ EMCR winners: Matt Snelson (Monash Diabetes), Tiffany Bouchery (Monash Immunology and Pathology), Evelyn Tsantikos (Monash Immunology and Pathology), Melanie Gibson-Helm (Monash CHRI), Jessica Kasza (Monash, Daniela van Santen (Burnet) and Mar Quiroga on behalf of Daniel O'Keefe (Burnet)|
15 Nov 2019
Women and men age differently, and the
interplay of factors is complex
It's well known that women tend to live longer than men. But how does their sex affect the way women and men age?
Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre (MAPrc) researchers were invited to review the evidence on this for a chapter in a recently published book about ageing produced by Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology.
Paul Gill, PhD student, has published his
first paper investigating the influence of a
high-fibre diet on SCFAs in the blood.
Follow Paul on Twitter @gillpaul93
When PhD candidate Paul Gill began his biomedical science course at Monash University he had no idea his studies would immerse him in one of the most dynamic fields of contemporary science: the gut microbiome.
Paul’s first paper, recently published in The European Journal of Nutrition, highlighted the potential of dietary fibre therapy to manipulate the production of short chain fatty acids (SCFA) and blood plasma concentrations. SCFAs are a group of organic acids produced in the gut from the bacterial fermentation of fibre in fruit, vegetables and certain grains. They are important for gut health but then absorbed into the bloodstream.
Prof Paul Myles is a co-author on a Lancet study
looking at anaesthetic depth and complications
after major surgery
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- Melbourne Sexual Health Centre
- Peninsula Clinical School
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|Dr Robert Brjklača|
Since completing his PhD, Robert's research has been focused on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance applications, resulting in over 50 publications. Out of work hours, Robert enjoys skiing, mountain biking, and baking.
11 Nov 2019
|Associate Professor Menno van Zelm, |
JMF Centre Director
In this article, we feature a highlight from the Alfred Allergy Asthma and Clinical Immunology Service and the CCS Department of Immunology and Pathology.
- Centre makes inroads into rare immune disease